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The mother of all backflips: Hurlstone to stay in Glenfield

In a backflip of epic proportions, the State Government has today announced that Hurlstone Agricultural High School will stay in Glenfield after all. The reversal comes four years almost to the day since the government revealed plans to relocate Campbelltown’s iconic school lock, stock and barrel to a Western SydneyRead more »


Doug helps shine light on local mental health services

Doug lost his son Tom to suicide on New Year’s Day in 2018. The Leppington father of two said he felt “a huge sense of failure”. “Everyone else is going on with their life but there’s no way you can move forward,” he said. “Then you realise you have toRead more »


Western Sydney airport design set to turn heads

The first preview of Sydney’s new airport has been unveiled with architects appointed to design the state-of-the-art terminal precinct at Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport. Western Sydney Airport chief executive officer Graham Millett said an architectural team consisting of London-based Zaha Hadid Architects and Cox Architecture in Sydney wasRead more »


Another big award in year to remember for Lakeside

Another big award for Camden Lakeside: West Group Macarthur CEO Tony Mathew an executive assistant Karen Hansen with the 2019 Metropolitan Club of the Year trophy at the presentation held in the St Mary’s Pavilion at Curzon Hall last night Lakeside Golf Club Camden has taken out the 2019 MetropolitanRead more »


Local football associations happy to be in Macarthur FC Bulls pen

Macarthur FC Bulls haven’t kicked a ball in anger yet, but they are kicking plenty of goals off the field. The Bulls, who will join the A-League premiership from season 2020-21 in 12 months, have cemented their grassroots foundations with a formal agreement with three South West Sydney football associations.Read more »

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